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richardkeith replied to the topic 'Greetings!' in the forum. 1 hour 50 minutes ago

Thank you! Well, I guess "Dylan-style" is where most people start, though I certainly am not there yet.

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Marcy replied to the topic 'Greetings!' in the forum. 1 hour 56 minutes ago

I definitely hear some Bob Dylan in your style. Cool videos, and really nice website.

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richardkeith replied to the topic 'Greetings!' in the forum. 3 hours 1 minute ago

Thank you Marcy...I am sort of a folk/rock kind of guy. If you like, check out some of my music at www.richardkeith.net, also available on iTunes, Amazon MP3 etc.

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Marcy replied to the topic 'Greetings!' in the forum. 4 hours 10 minutes ago

Welcome, glad you joined! I bet you won’t have trouble figuring out how to put the emotion into your music. I’ve heard some say that the harmonica may just be the most expressive of all instruments. That’s always my main goal in playing too. What style of music do you enjoy playing most?

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aks created a new topic ' Hi....new member in the CLUB' in the forum. 5 hours 5 minutes ago

Hi, everyone.
I want to learn playing harp for my kids. Just bought an organ. Wish to surprise my 8 year old (who is a pianist himself) on his birthday 2016.
Help me...guide me...!
thanks

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SWAPAN DEB replied to the topic 'Greetings!' in the forum. 6 hours 7 minutes ago

Hi Richardkeith,

Sorry, not cleared your feeling. Please be specific what do you want to say.

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richardkeith created a new topic ' Greetings!' in the forum. 6 hours 44 minutes ago

I just wanted to say hello to everyone. Though certainly no kid, it's only a couple of years ago that I started playing the harp. Now that I've added it to my solo gigs I am finding it hard to play a song without it :-) I hope to get much better at it and learn some new technics, mostly I just hope to be able to get human emotion to come out of an inanimate object.

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SWAPAN DEB added a video. yesterday

A Romantic Rock mix. Gum hai kisi ke Pyar Me(In...

Seydel Saxony-Am. Please use Head Phones while listen. Sound track designed by Joy Nandy.

skyguy thanked spideryak in topic Rock Harmonica yesterday
skyguy thanked AndyT in topic Rock Harmonica yesterday
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gunsmoke and SWAPAN DEB have commented on gunsmoke's video yesterday

I play just a 10 hole diatonic. I used effects on it

DOWN IN THE VALLEY

KEY OF G

skyguy thanked Suave_Blues_Man in topic Rock Harmonica 2 days ago
skyguy replied to the topic 'Rock Harmonica' in the forum. 2 days ago

Thanks Suave Blues Man! That should keep me busy for a while.

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Suave_Blues_Man replied to the topic 'Harmonica History & Appreciation with some homewor' in the forum. 2 days ago

Howdy Y'all,

I hope Y'all had fun doing your "homework" for the first subject area.

This time I'll show you an idea 'string' finding some useable information for your expanding knowledge.

Sometimes I lose track of sites and names and have to go hunting for a link or mnemonic, (i.e. "reminder"), for a related site. While either getting there or once I have found a righteous site I will use the links to reaffirm or find a site that was previously overlooked.

I had been doing an ongoing search for one HC members' hunt for certain harps. A good friend and repairman par excellence' is a Tulsa Route 66 Harmonica Club player named Mike Peace of Route 66 Custom Harmonicas. Often he has accumulations of refurbished and/or unique harps. He does some custom cooperative work with Tom Halchak of Blue Moon Harmonicas. Tom's link page produced "Juke's Boogie Trio" with a link page showing a "Harp Players List".

When looking at the "Listen-to lists" found at harmonicasessions dot com you will find names that will give you players to further search for either at the Amazon or eBay sites (for cheap prices, OR at your local discount records/tapes/CD shops like this one: www.foreveryoungrecords.com/

There's a lot of good listening and plenty of reasonable priced listening available.

So endith the lesson. Oh, and by-the-bye, MORE homework!

Be Blues...And Jazz,

Suave Blues Man

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Suave_Blues_Man replied to the topic 'Rock Harmonica' in the forum. 2 days ago

Howdy Y'all,

Positions. Positions. Positions!

Here are some sites to give you a helping hand:

www.hhcwv dot com/lessons.html

www.youtube dot com/watch?v=1EHXMgx4_xg

www.harmonicaspace dot com/harmonica-forum/general-discussion/4th-and-5th-position

www.youtube dot com/watch?v=gGhYv1i7FE4

www.harptabs dot com/song.php?ID=5150 - Print and save!

Be Blues...And Jazz,

Suave Blues Man

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skyguy replied to the topic 'Rock Harmonica' in the forum. 2 days ago

Great tip! I had never heard that.. I will definitely check it out.
Todd

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skyguy thanked Reed Smith in topic Rock Harmonica 2 days ago
skyguy replied to the topic 'Rock Harmonica' in the forum. 2 days ago

Great tip! I had never heard that. I will check it out.

Todd

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Reed Smith replied to the topic 'Rock Harmonica' in the forum. 2 days ago

skyguy,
For rock and roll on harmonica check out 5th position, very much like 2nd but affords chords
often needed in rock and roll. Will Wylde has some good youtube videos that cover it.
Reed

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